This cruising guide is a proven reference for safe navigation of the challenges for travel along the US Pacific Coast
The San Juan Islands are a special cruising destination for all who visit
The Exploring the Pacific Coast, 2nd Edition contains recently researched information of all the places to tie up or anchor your boat from the Mexican border to Seattle
Exploring Washington's Wild Areas is jam-packed with information on the state's federal roadless recreation land. There are 54 areas covered, including national parks, monuments, and wilderness areas, amounting to 4.1 million acres. Readers will find historical facts, trail descriptions, maps, and more.
Plot your own itinerary and prepare for your trip of a lifetime, up or down the Pacific Coast! Route Planning Maps allow a bird’s-eye view of the coastline in one view. Use the references and suggested routes to plan your trip, or just hang these full-color maps up in your office or den.
"A great compliment to the Exploring the Pacific Coast book. "
"Wow - the back includes all of the main harbor diagrams!"
— Comments from customers at Seattle Boat Show
Includes over 500 places to tie up and anchor with three Proven Cruising Routes © - Offshore, Express and "one foot on the beach" harbor hopping inshore route. All major place names are alphabetically indexed on the southern and northern portions of this full color two-map series. Descriptions include geographical locations, nautical chart numbers, and nearly 6,000 GPS waypoints. This will help you locate all the named places, as well as hundreds of other coves on each map.
Both North Portion and South Portion maps are 24 inches wide by 65 inches long. The folded version accordion-folds down to 12 inches by five inches for easy flat storage. The laminated version is packaged rolled up in a plastic sleeve.
Explore the most southerly and protected boating region in the Pacific Northwest with the Yeadon-Jones as they travel below 48° North to Puget Sound, from Port Townsend to Olympia, Lake Washington and Hood Canal
San Juan Islands: A Boater’s Guidebook, is the newest, most up to date guide featuring the vibrant and pristine anchorages of Washington state’s cherished San Juan Islands
Seattle Stairway Walks: An Up-and-Down Guide to City Neighborhoods is the city's first guidebook to 25 of the best neighborhood walks that feature public Seattle stairways. Each route description includes driving and public transit directions to the starting point, full-color photos, a detailed map, QR codes for saving abbreviated directions on your smart phone, tips on sections that are family-friendly, suggestions for cafes and pubs for that perfect espresso and sandwich en route, fascinating sidebars on Seattle's neighborhood history and community anecdotes, and much, much more.
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Covers the Pacific Coast and outlying Pacific Islands.
The USCG Light List is published in seven volumes and contains lights, sound signals, buoys, daybeacons, and other aids to navigation used for general navigation that are maintained by or under the authority of the U.S. Coast Guard and located in the waters surrounding the United States and its Territories. Each volume corresponds to a different regional area and contains more complete information on each aid to navigation than can be conveniently shown on charts. This publication and the data contained within it is maintained and published by the US Coast Guard.
This authoritative field guide, illustrates and describes more than 190 species of wildflowers, shrubs, trees and weeds that occur commonly throughout the Islands as well as the nearby Gulf Islands and southern Vancouver Island, Canada. The plant descriptions are divided by habitats-meadows, open rocky outcrops, woodlands, maritime, fresh water, disturbed sites, Mt. Constitution -- under which they are listed by type, then color. The text also includes information on how the climate, topography and geology of the Islands affect plant life.
Don't let winter weather keep you indoors! Best Winter Walks & Hikes Puget Sound offers typically snow-free trails for winter walks and hikes. From urban parks in Seattle and the eastside communities to the foothills and lowlands of the Nisqually River, from the Issaquah Alps to the Kitsap and Olympic Peninsulas -- there are outdoor experiences waiting for you wherever you go.